March 2020 Print

Annual Conference

The Conference Agenda is Available

Peter Kageyama is our keynote speaker and he will be offering his terrific workshop about how to spread the love of your organization.

Other sessions include public health and social media, public records and sunshine laws, first amendment considerations, photography, and media relations.

The 2020 NC3C Annual Conference takes place in Greenville, April 29-May 1. Register now and don't forget to reserve a room the Hilton Greenville. Register before March 31 to get the early bird price!

Welcome New Members

Once again we invite all newcomers to have lunch and meet and greet the current NC3C board memebers. The newcomers lunch will be at 11AM on Wednesday, April 29. If this is your first NC3C conference let us now by replying to this email and will sign you up for the newcomers lunch!

While we are talking about food and fellowship it is worth noting that there will be a 6:30PM restaurant romp on Wednesday in Uptown Grownville. On Thursday morning breakfast and lunch will be provided for conference goers. There's another restaurant romp at 7PM Thursday and finally on Friday breakfast will be provided.

Nominations for Executive Board and Committees

If you or someone you know is interested in being a NC3C Board Member or serving on an executive committee, let us know! It is easy to nominate someone with our online nomination form.

Nominations for most postions must be made via the online form prior to the spring business meeting. Nominations for President, President-Elect, and Vice President are only accepted prior to election day. If no nominations for those roles have been made, then nominations from the floor on election day will be accepted. All other roles can be nominated at any time!

Nominations for Chris Coulson Communicator of the Year Award

Now Accepting Nominations for the Chris Coulson Communicator of the Year Award

Every year, NC3C recognizes a member whose service, career and character represent the highest standards of our profession. The Communicator of the Year is someone who excels in the practice of local government communications and/or has accomplished an outstanding one-time achievement.

The award is named in honor and memory of Chris Coulson, a founding member of NC3C who demonstrated these attributes throughout her career.

Nominations are being accepted through an online nomination form on the NC3C website, where you can share information about the person’s career and accomplishments.

Feel free to nominate an NC3C member – including yourself! – for this distinguished honor. Nominations are being accepted through Friday, April 3.